The Top 10 World’s Most Instagrammable Beaches

by : Niamh Shackleton on : 04 Aug 2020 09:10

Now, we all love a good beach picture, but the question is: which beaches are best for photo opportunities? 

Whether you’re the type of person seen paddleboarding in the sea or someone who prefers to bask in the sun with a mojito in your hand, they’re all picture-perfect moments.


From the Philippines and Spain to Greece and Bali, the world truly does boast some beautiful beaches – but it turns out the most photographed beaches are actually a little less exotic than you would expect.

Here’s the countdown for you…

10. Skagen Beach, Denmark


This gorgeous beach in Nordjylla has been pictured 7,089 times.

9. Maya Bay, Thailand

Of course somewhere in Thailand was going to make the list. This impressive beach in Ko Phi Phi has been posted about 393,746 times.


8.Los Roques, Venezuela

Ah, the blue oceans of the Caribbean. Just thinking about it makes me want a piña colada. However, I won’t be drinking one per time it’s been pictured (459,010 to be exact) because I’d be very drunk.

7. Paradise Beach, Croatia


Like it says in the name, this beach in Rab, Croatia, really does look like paradise – and apparently the 715,588 people who posted about it think so too.

6. Panama City Beach, USA

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Obviously the Sunshine State was going to make an appearance – more than once you’ll soon find out. This beach just pipped Croatia to the post for sixth place having been posted about 715,851 times.

5. Daytona Beach, USA

As DJ Khaled would say, ‘another one’. This Florida beach has been posted about a whopping 1,078,423 times. It’s known for hosting the Daytona 500 NASCAR race every February.

4. Bondi Beach, Australia

As well as being known for its ginormous spiders, Australia boasts some amazing beaches. This popular Sydney beach has been posted about 1,669,415 times.

3. Laguna Beach, USA

No, we’re not on about the TV show. This Cali beach has been posted about 2,562,200 times – Lauren Conrad included.

2. Venice Beach, USA

Arguably the best place in California for rollerblading and skateboarding (obviously not on the actual sand though, duh). This scenic location has been posted about 3,963,729 times.

1. Miami Beach, USA

The queen of beaches. Miami beach has been posted about – wait for it – 12,255,704 times, therefore completely dominating the Instagrammable beach world.

Alexa, play LMFAO, I’m in Miami B*tch. 

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Niamh Shackleton

Niamh Shackleton is a pint sized person and journalist at UNILAD. After studying Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, she did a year at Caters News Agency as a features writer in Birmingham before deciding that Manchester is (arguably) one of the best places in the world, and therefore moved back up north. She's also UNILAD's unofficial crazy animal lady.

Topics: Life, Beaches, Instagram, Now


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